'That's My Kind of Guy,' Trump Says of Republican Lawmaker Who Body-Slammed a Reporter

  1. ‘That’s My Kind of Guy,’ Trump Says of Republican Lawmaker Who Body-Slammed a Reporter  New York Times
  2. Trump praises Gianforte, recounting his assault on reporter  Yahoo News
  3. WATCH: Trump Praises Rep. Gianforte for Body-Slamming Reporter  Heavy.com
  4. President Trump holds a rally in Montana  CNN
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Republican 'Female Assistant' Explains How She Would Have Silenced Christine Blasey Ford

  1. Republican ‘Female Assistant’ Explains How She Would Have Silenced Christine Blasey Ford  Above the Law
  2. John Yarmuth worries Kavanaugh nomination puts Supreme Court in jeopardy  Courier Journal
  3. Jeff Flake Says Brett Kavanaugh’s Nomination Is ‘Over’ If He Lied to the Senate. So What Are We Still Doing Here?  Esquire.com
  4. ‘Little lies point to bigger lies’: How James Comey thinks the FBI could investigate Kavanaugh  Washington Post
  5. Former FBI official: Here’s how I would investigate the Kavanaugh allegations  Fast Company
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Republican Allies Warn Trump: Now's Not Time to Fire Rosenstein

  1. Republican Allies Warn Trump: Now’s Not Time to Fire Rosenstein  Bloomberg
  2. Mike Pompeo warns White House staff as he denies Rosenstein wiretapping allegations  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. Rosenstein Rejects Report That He Discussed Secretly Recording Trump  NPR
  4. The 35 most mind-blowing lines from Donald Trump’s Las Vegas speech  CNN
  5. Dan Gainor: Ford’s accusations against Kavanaugh reveal big problem in media  Fox News
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Kavanaugh: How The Republican Leadership Broke The Four Rules Of Crisis Management

  1. Kavanaugh: How The Republican Leadership Broke The Four Rules Of Crisis Management  Forbes
  2. Kavanaugh-Supporting Women Ask, “What Boy Hasn’t Done This?”  GQ Magazine
  3. Is Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court Nomination Doomed?  The Cheat Sheet
  4. Why We Need an FBI Investigation  New York Times
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Six Siblings of a Republican Congressman Have Endorsed His Opponent in Campaign Ads

  1. Six Siblings of a Republican Congressman Have Endorsed His Opponent in Campaign Ads  New York Times
  2. Arizona Congressman’s 6 Siblings Turn Against Him in Opponent’s Campaign Ad  TIME
  3. In the Year’s Most Brutal Campaign Ad, 6 Siblings Tell You Not to Vote for Their Brother  Adweek
  4. Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar’s Siblings Endorse Rival in New Campaign Ads  Phoenix New Times
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Republican Congressman's six siblings launch TV advert attacking him

Republican Congressman's six siblings launch TV advert attacking himSix siblings of a Republican Congressman standing for re-election have taken the extraordinary step of releasing an advert urging people not to vote for him. Paul Gosar,  from the most conservative wing of the Republican Party,  is standing in Arizona for re-election to the House of Representatives in November. The Congressman has been known to court controversy, and boycotted Pope Francis’ speech to Congress in 2015 because of his warnings about climate change. Now six of his siblings have put their support behind his Democratic opponent David Brill in a new television advert disparaging their brother. To maximise its impact, the campaign video does not reveal the six speakers’ relationship to Mr Gosar until the very end. The speakers are introduced by first name only – with Grace, a rural physician, stating “Paul Gosar the Congressman isn’t doing anything to support rural America”. Jennifer, a medical interpreter, chimes in: “if he actually cared about people in rural Arizona, I bet he’d be fighting for social security, for better access to healthcare”. “He is not listening to you – and he does not have your best interests at heart,” says Tim, before adding: “My name is Tim Gosar”. It is not the first time Mr Gosar’s siblings have publicly criticised their brother. Last August the Congressman suggested a neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was planned by left-wing activists to undermine President Donald Trump. He later claimed that George Soros, a high profile Democratic Party donor, was a Nazi collaborator. Mr Soros, whose family is Jewish, survived Nazi-occupied Hungary and later emigrated to the US. These six — yes, six — siblings of a Republican congressman just endorsed his opponent via @washingtonpost: https://t.co/QcTYgOqVFipic.twitter.com/gynLW43Glg— Brill for Congress (@Brill4Congress) September 22, 2018 Following Mr Gosar’s statements seven of his siblings signed an open letter to a local Arizona newspaper, The Kingman Daily Miner, saying: “It is extremely upsetting to have to call you out on this, Paul, but you’ve forced our hand with your deceit and anti-Semitic dog whistle.” The Republican has also defended far-right British activist Tommy Robinson and attacked “disgusting and depraved” Muslim immigrants during a speech in London in July. In 2015, he criticised the Pope for supporting efforts to counter climate change – a phenomenon which Mr Gosar believes is based on “questionable science” used “to guilt people into leftist policies”. “It would be difficult to see my brother as anything but a racist,” Mr Gosar’s sister Grace tells voters in another upcoming advert, according to The Phoenix New Times. Mr Gosar, who is one of ten children, has not yet responded to this most recent public attack by his siblings. But in the deeply red state, pollsters predict Mr Gosar is still likely to retain his seat – the Congressman won his seat with more than 70 per cent of the vote in 2016.


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Brett Kavanaugh: Republican senators demand delay in vote on Trump Supreme Court pick after sexual assault claims

Brett Kavanaugh: Republican senators demand delay in vote on Trump Supreme Court pick after sexual assault claimsRepublican heavyweights have joined Democrats in demanding a delay to Donald Trump’s controversial US Supreme Court nomination, Brett Kavanaugh, after a woman who has accused the judge of sexual assault went public. Senators Jeff Flake and Bob Corker both said a vote should wait until senators had heard from Christine Blasey Ford – who claims Mr Kavanaugh attacked her when they were both teenagers. “I’ve made it clear that I’m not comfortable moving ahead if we have not heard her side of the story or explored this further,” said Mr Flake.


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